Flexible Virtual Classes Fit Right Into Your Schedule.
ACHS is a fully online institution offering courses designed with your success in mind, allowing you to study anytime from anywhere in the world. Our rich, interactive, dynamic online classroom provides easy-to-use and content-rich virtual courses that are accessible 24/7 and include interactive materials, Instructor’s Virtual Office, online lectures, access to the latest updated course materials and research, and more. Experience opportunities to collaborate and share with your fellow students and professors, while achieving your personal and professional goals.
What courses do we offer?
We Offer Fully Online, Accredited Undergraduate and Graduate Programs.
ACHS blends the support of a traditional semester schedule with the flexibility of online distance learning. Regular 15-week courses start three times per year: Fall (September), Spring (January), and Summer (May). Select accelerated 7.5-week courses start in March, July, and October.
How do our courses work?
We Offer Diverse Funding Options.
As a student at an accredited institution, you have access to a wide range of funding options from in-house payment plans to employer tuition assistance, military education benefits, and federal financial aid to those who qualify. We understand that your education is an investment into your future and we are here to provide you with financial options that will assist you in making your investment affordable. What you’ll pay depends on the program pathway you take, and the electives you choose.
What does it cost?
About Our Admissions Process
At ACHS, you’ll work with an experienced admissions advisor every step of the way. We take a holistic approach to evaluating your application with the goal of supporting you to achieve your goals, from reviewing your intake assessment, prior transcripts, and learning more about goals and interests. You’ll be notified of the Committee’s decision by email, telephone, text, or mail, and you’re always welcome to call our team at 800-487-8839.
Here’s an overview so you know what to expect:
As an Institute of Higher Learning, ACHS is required to offer admission only on receipt of evidence that the applying student can reasonably expect to complete a program and to benefit from the education obtained. All application materials collected during the admissions process prior to enrollment are considered in making admissions decisions.
The Admissions Committee’s review of all applicants includes evaluation of the individual’s prior high school or college transcripts, admissions assessments, and other evidence that the applying student can reasonably expect to complete the courses(s) or program he or she is applying to and benefit from the education obtained.
Following the Committee’s review, the Admissions Committee may:
- Admit the student to his or her desired program at full status
- Provisionally admit the student. Provisional acceptance may include admission to the applicant’s desired program with conditions such as bi-weekly meetings with an advisor, admission to an alternate program, or the recommendation that the applicant complete up to nine credits in individual credits to raise GPA if incoming GPA is under 3.0 and/or demonstrate academic achievement.
- Deny admission
Students who do not meet the minimum requirements for admission to a degree may be considered on a case-by-case basis to be admitted to a certificate or diploma (non-degree) program at the discretion of the Admissions Committee.